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>> right now, there is a rash of violence in one neighborhood. in bernal hi
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lls.. >> this attack left her covered with bruises and he is still unfair. -- >> i was slammed against the pavement and i ran i got back to the main street and he was chasing me. i could hear his footsteps he slammed me and kicked me and pried it to pull my jacket over my head >> reporter: his attacker and it up and a hospital but not everybody in this neighborhood that has been insulted can to protect themselves there is been a rash of violence. that has been-insulted-these markings are happening in broad daylight. they have been- assaultiv insulted. >> the police captain had been listening about the assaults... >> they are targeting cell
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phones and other electronic equipment did you could conceal those robberies are usually happening in broad daylight because people are texting and they're not paying attention we have reached to outside resources and our crime- prevention team. that can provide additional assistance. >> the captain says that there were three arrests from a robbery that happened last night. and if they are responsible for any other attacks. the san francisco police to for mr. looking for suspects in san francisco, felicia reid, kron 4. >> pam: felicithat was alecia reed. -- >> pam: today was the first congressional hearing on gun control. since the connecticut school shooting massacre. and it began with a plea
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gabrielle giffords. who was severly injured in a mass shooting herself. catherine heenan has more. >> catherine: giffords friends say it took hours of practice for her to get ready for her statement. since being injured in a mass shooting in arizona in 2011.she has trouble walking and speaking. but it was her testimony that many people wanted to hear. her husband mark kelly would later say that if there had been tougher background checks. >> to miniature of tran are dying. too many! too many children are dying....his wife might have been spared. or if there had been a limit on the size of ammunition magazines.the shooting that wounded her might have been more limited. also testifying today. the head of the national rifle association. he didn't give much ground.saying he does 'not' support the expansion of background checks for gun sales.
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senator dick durbin of illinois also passed on the sad news of one of the latest victims of gun violence in chicago. a 15 year-old honors student named hadiya pendleton. killed tuesday in a park minutes after taking a final exam at school. just last week hadiya performed with her high school band at president obama's inaugural. the tragedy comes days after the president - whose home is only a mile from the shooting scene - announced plans to ban assault weapons as part of an overhaul of gun laws. catherine heenan, kron 4. >> pam: a tornado strikes in georgia and destroys a number of homes and buildings. the bartow county fire chief says, the storm's high winds also caused significant damage to a motel and a manufacturing plant. the georgia department of
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transportation said, all lanes of interstate 75 were blocked in both directions, near adairsville. due to the turbulent weather. and the severe weather causes major flooding in midtown atlanta residents say, the streets flooded quickly once it started raining. authorities report. at least one person was killed in the storm. >> jacqueline: we are seeing nearly the opposite. with dry weather we are going to see 60s in more locations. cooling a little bit but still above average. things to this area of high- pressure that is offshore. driving the storm struck well to the north. this blocking pattern not expecting much of a breakthrough. the morning lows will be a bit warmer 40's but to the delta, and portions of the inland valleys. for the afternoon
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highs morning a bit towards the low 70's! sunnyvale, evergreen, 60s for the rest of the south bay. mid-60s. the same for the east bay shore. and also similar with mid-60s. for the north bay, a mixture of upper 60s with several degrees warmer than what we saw today. they look at your extended forecast with warmer weather and even saturday. temperatures will stay warmer. we are going to get more cloud coverage but no rainfall expected. no break until next week. temperatures are also going to decrease. >> the blackberry! they're
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>> the blackberry q 10 and10 >> pam: black-berry held a press event today in new york. to stage the company come-back. the newly re-christened company, unveiled two new new operating system. kron 4's tech reporter gabe slate. gives us a closer look blackberry's "hail mary" attempt to fight off sluggish sales. they are trying to change their image and they're betting the farm on these images, the z 10 touch
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screen and the q 10 has a keyboard they want to make this just like any other smart phone. social media, and a great platform all of these social media of making it easier to use. the blackberry store is finally getting some popular apps. and even television, movies. the bottom line is that they look good they could help but they might be a bit too late. and at the press event they surprised everyone bringing out al ecia keys they offered her a
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job. she will be the new global creative director and she will explain. >> i will work closely with the pack designers to help content, and explore this platform. i would like to further enhance this concept of a work, personal and one device. i think that works, phone, plea phones. gabe slate tech report phone, plea phones. gabe slate tech report sleep train'sor presidents' day presidents' day sale is on now. save up to $500 on beautyrest and posturepedic. get a sealy queen set for just $399. even get 3 years interest-free financing on tempur-pedic. plus, free delivery, set-up, and removal of your old set.
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>> pam: now for a look at our top stories at eight-30. 49-ers corner back chris culliver is trying to distance himself from homophobic remarks he made during a radio interview. culliver told a host that he wouldn't welcome a gay player into his lockerroom. and that any homosexual players on 49ers. if there were any. should leave. the team said it rejected his comments. and culliver has since apologized. the c-h-p will continue to help police the streets of oakland.
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officers will stay on patrol for another 30-days. in an effort to improve public safety. arrests and taken 15 weapons off the streets since the partnership began. cal-osha has fined chevron nearly one-million dollars for the fire at its richmond refinery last august. which sent thousands of people to hospitals. cal-osha says its investigators found "willful violations" in chevron's response before, during and after the fire. a spokesperson says the company disagrees with some of the findings. and plans to appeal. >> in san francisco, merchants who are worried about the safety of their neighborhood on super bowl sunday, got a visit from the mayor today. kron 4s dan kerman has details on their concerns and the city's plans. >> last time i was here at the celebration it was out of control. >> it was graffiti and broken windows. >> the mission district if
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you remember this from the world series celebration? >> there was graffiti, on the windows, and let us not forget the firehouse. wednesday, the police chief walked through the neighborhood to make sure that these businesses will be protected. >> want to talk to everybody and make sure that we are protected. >> they need to be more than just talk. in addition to more officers public intoxication and public consumption will not be tolerated. >> whip it up of but be respectable because know that if your acting up somebody is videotaping you. you tube not want this to be a la. know that this is going to be a life changing
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scenario you do not want to have to go to a sobering station. you know that somebody is going to be probably filming you. >> i am optimistic that they're taking the proper precautions. so what does not happen again. >> reporter: city officials are confident that the mission district will be safe on super bowl sunday. ultimately, it will be up to the fans. in san francisco, dan kerman, kron 4 news. >> pam: in other bay area news. crime continues to soar in east oakland. kron4's haaziq madyun spent today there -- getting to the bottom of what's fueling the spike. >> reporter: robberies on the rise here along international blvd in east oaklandprodominantly in the fruitvale district.tracking the trendopd is using their compstat crime analysis
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systemcaptain ersie joyner says there is usually between 2-4 armed suspects involved when the robberies occur >> "what they will do is confront an individual as they pull up to their home, as thy are going from their car to their house, or people walking down the street texting, things of that nature" >> reporter: the personal loss typically includes gold chains, cell phones, computers laptops >> "cash is the motivator or driving force for why they are doing the robberies" >> reporter: common thread among the victims >> "in terms of victimology it has been male hispanics and female hispanics from the fruitvale bart station to the san leandro border" >> "the reason why those 4 things are important, hot spots, loss, mo's, and victimology it helps in this dialog with elected officials, the community, more importantly cops that are out there on the street can be in the right spots, doing the right things, looking for the right people" >> reporter: in oakland haaziq madyun kron 4 news >> pam: looking at year to date numbers for robberies in east oakland. between december 29, 2011 and january 25, 2012. there were 131 robberies. a year later. that number has increased to 150 robberies during the same period
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------------------------ >> today testing began for a system which would replace toll takers at the golden gate bridge. the work done today could not be seen by drivers crossing the span but it means that the bridge is now one step closer to being the first toll bridge in california to have all electronic tolling. drivers will still be able to use fastrack, or open an account connected to their license plate. >> if you do not make a payment. or if you to not make a fast track account your going to get a bill. that issues the 48 hours after you violate it. >> pam: there will also be the option to make a one time payment at kiosk's set up around the bay area. the bridge district's spokesperson says this will even work for tourists
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the new system is expected to be in place by the end of march. it's expected save the district 16 million dollars over eight years. >> a developing story.the exclusive interwiew you won't want to miss. dr phil sits down with the man behind the manti t'eo hoax. the popular talk show host goes in-depth with roniah tuisaosopo - the man who talked like a girl - fooling a notre dame star football player into thinking he had a girlfriend.who then died of lukemia. you can't make this story's captivated the country, and we have a sneak peak at the conversation youi'll see only on kron4. >> why did you end this relationship. >> there were many times when they have broken up before. but every time that i would and it or he did. it was like they would break up and a something would bring them back together. in this case, in my life. i wanted to end it because everything that i had gone through i finally realized that i had to move on. and i had to get
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my real meeting and start living. and let this go. >> ronaiah tuiasosopo's interview with doctor phil airs in two parts. and you can watch them both right here on kron-4. part one airs thursday at four. part two airs friday at four. >> jacqueline: if it remains clear. from our mount tam cam clear, called, mild and stay warmer. temperatures in the 50s and a number of locations. 50s through napa, san jose. it is going to stay mild. even warmer than what we saw today. even the 70's expected. this warm weather will continue and for how much longer, coming up in your extended forecast. >> pam: a check of the markets. after the break.
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bearberr >> pam: now for today's market update. stocks close lower after a new report that showed the economy unexpectedly contracted in the fourth quarter. the federal reserve also said growth has "paused" in recent months. on wall street. the dow lost 44-points. it's biggest drop off in three weeks. the nasdaq was down 11. and the s-and-p-500 fell five. >> facebook has gained so many mobile users this year that for the first time the number of active daily users are using their phone to check facebook more than their computer. the company's focus on putting mobile first, with new apps and features, is paying off. facebook is the largest social network in the world, and it was the most used mobile app across i=o=s and android devices in the united states in 2012, according to recent score numbers. still ahead, gary radnich will speak with the steve young the great interview and one of the 49ers final
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practices before the sunday game. what the players are saying. gary radnich is coming up, do not roof. do not mo tofu do not move.... well, well, well. growing up, we didn't have u-verse. we couldn't record four shows at the same time. in my day, you were lucky if you could record two shows. and if mom was recording her dumb show and dad was recording his dumb show then, by george, that's all we watched. and we liked it! today's kids got it so good. [ male announcer ] get u-verse tv for just $19 a month for 1 year when you bundle tv and internet. rethink possible.
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>> pam: according to a new study, the odds of finding a fradulent charge on your credit or debit card are relatively slim. that's because of protections by your card issuer, and some simple protections you can do on your own. karin caifa explains. >> reporter: a recent study by card found that the percentage of credit and debit card transactions impacted by fraud are relatively tiny and safeguards by card issuers fairly strong. still, consumers can do some simple things to protect thier plastic beginning with the card they choose for certain transactions. >> we recently did a study at card hub did a study evaluating cards and how much fraud protection they have ranging from credit cards to debit cards and
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prepaid cards. and we found out that credit cards offered the best protection when it comes to fraud. >> reporter: card hub found zero liability guarantees for the four major credit card networks - visa, mastercard, discover and american express. consumers don't need to pre-register to qualify for those protections, though they need to report activity that may be suspicious. that's why it's important to keep tabs on credit cards online -- even before a monthly statement arrives. another tip, fill in the blanks on receipts, like the tip field on a restaurant bill, even if you're not leaving anything. blank spaces can easily be filled in by fraudsters. karen caifa , kron 4... >> jacqueline: we are going to continue with this dry weather. 60 still above- average as ridiculous satellite & righter, no clouds. mainly to the north.
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as this area is taking control of our forecast. we are going to see this pattern of persist. morning in los we will see some and the valley temperatures but warm along the coast. it will stay warmer even in the afternoon. 60s for most of the south bay low mid-60s for the east bay shore and the inland valleys. 60s in concord. and castro valley. a comfortable a 60s for downtown san francisco. a range of 60s in the north bay. 65onovato.. we will
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see sunny skies and warm temperatures in the fifties! but the good news is that we could see a break of these blocking patterns. dry, warm temperatures will still a model. there will start to cool down dramatically. s that storm approaches. a decent amount of rainfall. right now come off there is no snow. we are seeing it a 90 in. base. for more information, >> gary: of good evening, everybody. what is a serious practice. we are getting closer and closer. 91 hours
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from kickoff. they are working at the 49ers. the baltimore ravens are practicing at tulane. with just four days prior they cannot wait. >> i am so anxious right now. a lot of things are going on. i am ready to get back on the field. >> i am genuinely excited it is going to be a difficult game. it all of this is fun, and " with the cameras. we really cannot play football until we are completely ready. >> gary: for my money the most genuine petrformers at this years super bowl are the harbaugh parents.jack and jackie >> you are going to ask us how we feel on this historic event. who has it better
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than us? affirmed noooobody.. loughne i didhear yd he is it old coach. if you've not heard by now. they used to write a round in the back seat to and they would go together is a family as the father would ask 'who has it better than the harboughts? in the answer would beef nooobody... steve young joins us earlier
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>> gary: what you think of the comments about the gay items? >> a super bowl is a playground for anything. and >> gary: do you agree with randy moss? that he is the greatest of all time? >> and if you do not want to declare a yourself as the super bowl at the super bowl, probably not the best time to have you ever use stiffantle have you ever used ar spray? loughn >> i do not know if that is
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came out saying that it from his rehabilitation efforts he is tried to use that there were accusations -- that the use that. and alex smith that was replaced by colin kaepernick where do you stand. >> there is an unwritten rule... that if you play well you will not lose your job. however, what makes this an easy situation the last time i sought was that are you taking that many hatsp
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....hits? and he says not really. and why did everybody think that this was so difficult? i told him that this was a tremendous thing and i will tell you that i am so jealous. where was it that about during the tampa bay buccaneers? >> gary: for the people that do not remember that 1986 was the record for shark 214 and you go to the hall of fame. >> it is the... analogy, with jim harbaugh brushing
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off the media. it is as if you're walking out of a restaurant and he will say, let me race you to the car? >> and i think that he feels like the media is a pain in the back. and he does not want to do with that and i guess i can understand that. >> gary: he is terrific. and after telling jason, downstairs said in this day and age if there is nobody as good as them. why do we always talk because it is always better than being an.... however.. on when you can see that it is.... what i am saying is that this is a great player and easy to interview. also, next the
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vince lombardi trophy next.
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>> fedex delivered of lombardi trophy. deuce mcallister wearing the white gloves and drew breeze asked... about the 49ers.
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>> by the they are very well coached. defensively, they have a lot of great playmakers. they have a lot of great experience. a double threat. making plays. >> it is funny that i was asking pam. >> jacqueline: it is just like the stanley cup. ....
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